I awoke in the street, the rubble and exploded Daleks surrounding me and Susan. A police officer dressed in red robes picked me up.
"Sir, you are under arrest for property damage."
"But I just saved Arcadia from Daleks!" I cried.
"Oh, a bragger, are you? I don't care if you saved reality from one of Omega's farts, you're coming with me. Your cohort, too."
He handcuffed me and took me to a hovercar. Susan was shoved in next to me. How we were going to escape this? Suddenly, the man with the bow tie and big chin showed up with his vortex manipulator again next to me. He pulled another one out of his shirt pocket and handed it to me.
"I borrowed this from Captain Jack Harkness. Return it to Time Agency in the 52nd century. It's how he got it in the first place. Time travel. Causes weird stuff. Wibbly wobbly timey wimey stuff," he whispered, and left.
I grabbed Susan's hand and and pushed a few buttons on the manipulator. I saw some instructions written on the back of the device: DO NOT LOOK INTO TIME VORTEX. Then I was ripped from the car seat with Susan.
I opened my eyes and saw the Vortex.
"Don't open your eyes, Susan!" I yelled.
I saw Time itself. Every timeline, every moment, every death, every birth, every single supernova, the big bang and the End of the Universe.
Then we landed in the TARDIS repair shop. I made sure to hurry past the security cameras. I opened a TARDIS, a great big silver cylinder. I hurried Susan in and heard a voice. A young woman's voice.
"Doctor?" she said.
"Yes?" I asked.
"I think you'll want to take THIS one," she said, and hit the door of the TARDIS next to me. "The demat circut malfunctions sometimes. Bit more fun."
She smiled and walked away.
I pulled Susan out went into the other TARDIS. I took the key lying on the console and pocketed it.
"Grandfather," asked Susan. "Why do you think the future Daleks wanted to exterminate you?"
"I don't know," I told her, and smiled. I pulled a lever and the TARDIS shook. "Let's find out."